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THE STRAIN OF. WORK.
Bf Bt of Bacbs Give Out Under tba Burden
of Dally Toil.
" Lieutenant Georg? G. Warren, of No.
M Chemical; Washington, D.r C., says:
.It's an honest fact that Doan's Kidney
Pills did rae a
great lot of good,
and if it were not
true I would not
It was the strain
of lifting that
brought on kidney
1 trouble an* weak
ened my back, hut
.since using Doan's
?Kidney Pills I have lifted COO pounds
and felt no bad effects.. _I.kaye not felt
the trouble come back since, although
* ~f ??ad suffered- for five or six years, and
"'-other remedies had not helped me at
<v.i/For.;salesb'y all dealers. .Price 50
. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
y*klng;S Valuable Art Treasures.
* ^ ThC value of the art treasures at
* - Windsor castle, which have been dis
covered and rearranged by King Ed
-ward, is-estimated at about $60,000,
^ 000. * Sq great is their value that the
:;kkih^'has been unable to get them in
'"sured sb far.
The Swiam timnel on the Transcau
. casian railroad is located, at an alti
.tude of nearly 4,000 feet and ls two
. "antt^ aT half mile3 in length. It ha*
been completed in four years. The
average advance in twenty-four hours
was about eighteen feet
New' Pastime for Country.
The latest social functions up in
Arcostook county, Maine, c;e "puf
fing bees," where the women of the
- place go from house to house tacking
puffs for-each other. It is evidently
copied after the old-fashioned quilt?
Plate From Blockade Runner.
Postmaster Nathaniel P. Noyes of
?Stonington, Conn., has been presented
by his brother, Capt. C. E. P. Noyes,
with a plate which was taken from the
blockade runner Charlotte, which was
captured off Wilmington in 1865 by the
gunboat Wilderness, of which Capt
Noyes was an officer.
Mosquito Caused Man's Death.
A Jersey mosquito caused the deatt
of a barber named Rosno Dorso al
Harrison; N. J. The barber was shav
ing and a mosquito lit on his nose
The razor was directly under the
barber's chin, and in making a slat
to drive away the mosquito he cut a
deep gash in.,his_throat. A physician
?jrived too late" to save him.
Century Not His Limit.
Joseph Bournler, the oldest resident
^ot.Nashua, ..N.-H., was born Dec. 24,
1801, and so has observed his 103d
Christmas. He is a native of Little
Masquer, P. Q., and lived the greater
portion of his life in Vermont. He
eats well, smokes and runs errands.
To raise money for the French
treasury the municipal council of La
Courtine gravely proposes that a tas
should be levied on every dress a wo
man possesses over and above one foi
everyday "wear and one for Sundays
..and fete days.
-.RgPiry^-inhahltftnt. of Lonfon^atj
' 173 pounds of potatoes, a year.,
It takes rough- tools to remove the
.mst from our.hearts. So. 14.
EXPERIENCE OF MISS MERKLEY
She Waa Told That an Operation Was
Inevitable. How She Escaped It
* When a physician tells a woman suf
fering with ovarian pr womb ?trouble
that an operation is necessary, the very
thought of the knife and the operating
table strikes terror to her heart, and
our hospitals are full of women coming
for ovarian or womb operations.
\Srftrx Margret Aferfttey
'?' There are cases, where an ope ra ti or
ls the only resource, but when one con
siders the great number-.of cases o?
ovarian ana womb " trouble -cured bj
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound after physicians have adviseo
operations, no woman should submit to
one without first trying the Vegetable
Compound and writing Mrs.. Pinkham,
Lynn, Mass., for advice, which is free.
Miss. Margret Merkley of 275 Third
Street'', Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:
"Loss of strength, extreme nervousness
shooting pains through the pelvic organs,
bearing down pains and cramps compelled
me to seek medical advice. The doctor, after
making an examination, said I had ovarian
trouble and ulceration and advised an opera
tion. To this I strongly objected and decided
to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
Kond. -The ulceration quickly healed, all
? bad symptoms disappeared and I am
once more strong, vigorous and well "
Ovarian and womb troubles are stead
ily on tile increase among women. If
tiie monthly periods are very painful,
or-too frequent and excessive-if you
hayepain or swelling low down in the
'left side, bearing down pains, leu cor
.thees* don't neglect yourself.: try ,Lydia
B; Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
MI followed the
tipil from Texas
On the Trait
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r> 1 Cf i Slicker, used for
?rommel OltCRer an overcoat when
- cold, a wind coat
when windy, a rain coat when it rained,
and for a corer at night if we got to bed,
and I will say that I have gotten mora
comfort out of your alicker than bay Other
* COO article that I ever owned."
it^tr Jifrhvoams and address of the writer of tb!?
. unsolicited letter may be bad on application.)
I Wet Weather Garments for Riding, Walk?
"% ?C? mg, Working or Sporting.
HIGHEST AWARD WORLD'S FAIR, 1904.
A. J. TOWER CO.
BOSTON. U.S. A.
i So. 14.
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CURES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS.
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NOW FOR BIG SHOW
Jamestown Fxpos'tion Endorsed By
OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION ISSUED
A Proclamation is Issued, Inviting All
Nations to be Represented by Their
Military Organizations and Naval
Vessels at the Tri-Centennial Com
memoration in 1907 of the First
English-speaking Settlement in
Washington, Special.-The President
Wednesday issued a proclamation in
citing the nations of the earth to be
represented by their military organiza
tions and naval vessels at the celebra
tion to be held in the vicinity of
Jamestown, Va., from May 13 until No
vember, 1907,1907. The proclamation is
By the President of the United States,
Whereas, the Congress of the United
States has passed an act, approved
March 3, 1905, and entitled, "An act
to provide for celebrating the birth of
the American nation, the first perma
nent settlement of English-speaking
people on the westem hemisphere, by
the holding of an international naval,
marine and military celebration in the
vicinity of Jamestown, on the waters
Of Hampton Roads, in the State of Vir
ginia; to provide for suitable and per
manent (.ominemoration of said event,
and to authorize an appropriation in
.aid thereof, and for other purposes"
And whereas, section 3 of the said
act reads as follows:
"Section 3.-The President of the
United States is hereby authorized to
make proclamation of said celebration,
setitng forth the event to be commem
orated, inviting foreign nations to par
ticipate by the sending of their naval
vessels and such representation of their
military organizations as may be
Now, therefore, I, Theodore Roose
velt, President of the United States of
America, by virtue of the authority
vested in rae by said act, do hereby
declare and proclaim that there shall
be inaugurated in the year 1907, at and
aear the waters of Hampton Roads, in
the State of Virginia, an international
naval, marine and military celebra
tion, beginning May 13, and ending not
later than November 1, 1907, for the
purpose of commemorating in a fitting
and appropriate manner the birth of
the American nation; the first settle
ment of English ' eople on the Amer
ican continent, aiaoc ai Jamestown, on
the 13th of May, 1607, and in order that
the great events of the American his
tory which have resulted therefrom
may be accentuated to the present and
futurs generations of American citi
And in the name of the government
and people of the United States, I do,
therefore," lir7?te~air tlib nations- of-tfle- -
earth to take part in the commemora
tion of the event which has had a far
reaching effect on the course of human
history, by sending their naval vessels
to the said celebration and by making
6uch representations of their military
organizations as may be proper.
In testimony thereof, I have now set
my hand- and caused the seal of the
Unied States to be affixed.
Done in the city of Washington this
twenty-ninth day of March, one thous
and nine hundred and five, and in the
independence of the United States the
one hundred and twenty-ninth year.
By the President,
ALVEY A. ADEE,
Acting Secretary of State.
OVER-SUBSCRIBED TEN TIMES.
Great, Rush For Japanese Loan in Lon
don Taxes Extra Banking Staffs.
. London, Special.-The portion ot
the Japanese loan of $150,000,000 al
loted to. London was well over-sub
scribed within an hour of the time ol
opening the banks. For an hour be
fore the doors opened, throngs crowed
the vicinity of the issuing houses, and
throughout the morning a steady flood
of applicants, among whom were many
women, taxed the extra staffs of the
banking v establishments engaged to
deal with the rush. The issuing banks
estimate that the Japanese loan has
been over subscribed at least ten
45,000 MINERS TO QUIT.
Wage Scale Conference For the Cen'
tra! Bituminous District of Pennsyl
vania Fails to Agree.
. Altoona, Penn., Special.-The opera
tors and miners of the central bitumi
nous district of Pennsylvania, after
being in conference in this city almost
continuously since March 16, endeav
ofibg^-to agree upon a wage scale to
go; into .effect April 1, adjourned finally
Wednesday without coming to an
agreement. The failure to agree means
a suspension of work by the 45,000 or
ganized miners of the district at the
end of the present month.
$100,000,000 Bond Issue.
Philadelphia, Special-The directors
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, Wed
nesday ordered an issue of $100,000,000
convertible bonds at $75 per share,
bearing 3 1-2 per cent, interest. Pri
vileges are extended to the stockhold
ers. Of the bond issue $50,000,000 was
authorized by a stock vote yesterday
and the remaining $50,000,000 was au
thorized two years ago, but have never
Secretary Hay Better.
Gibraltar, By Cable.-The White
Star Line Cretic. from N?w York,
March 18, with Secretary of State Hay
and Mrs. Hay on board, arrived here
Wednesday morning. In an interview
Mr. Hay said he felt much better than
when he left New York. He thorough
ly enjoyed the trip. Although Secre
tary Hay has' improved, he has by no
means recovered his health.
Heat the consomme to boiling,
mince a can of boned chicken very
fine, add a small cupful of bread
crumbs, season with paprika and
salt, a little onion juice and finely
minced parsley. Stir to a boil before
adding half a cupful of cream heated
(with a pinch of soda) and a big
spoonful of . butter rolled in flour.
Boil one minute and serve. An egg
well beaten, stirred ia at the- last,
is an improvement.
Are you a "sufferer?
Has your doctor been unsuc
Wouldn't you prefer to treat
Nearly. 1.-500,000 women have
bought "Wine of Cardui from
their druggists and have cured
themselves at home, of such
troubles as periodical, bearing
down and ovarian pains, leucor
rhcea, barrenness, nervousness,
dizziness, nausea and despond
ency, caused by female weakness.
These are not easy cases.
Wino of Cardui cures when the
Wine of Cardui docs not irri
tate the organs. There is no pain
in thc treatment. It is a soothing
tonic of healing herbs, free from
strong and drastic drugs. It ia
successful because it cures in a
Wine of Cardui can be bought
from your druggist at SI.00 a
bottle and you can begin this
treatment today. Will you try it?
ia cases requiring special directions,
address, giving symptoms, Tho Ladles
Advisor? Dept., The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
WAR EMBLEMS BACK HOME
Governor Heyward Thinks the Flag?
Should be Kept in the Relic Room irv
Governor Heyward is in receipt of
the flags which were captured from
Confederate regiments from this State
and have been in Washington sinc3
the close of hostilities between the sec
tions. The captured banners which
have been returned are the Eighth,
Eleventh, Sixteenth and Twenty-sev
enth regiments infantry, Sumter Fly
ing artillery, Sumter Heavy artillery,
garrison flag, Castle Pinckney; garri
son flag, Fort Moultrie; garrison flag,
Citadel; gt:rrison flag, James Island;
garrison flag, Fort Ripley; Third South
Hon. Wm. H. Taft, secretary of war,
in forwarding the flags, said in a let
ter to Governor Hey ward:
"Sir: I have the honor to advise
you that, under the authority con
ferred upon the secretary of war by the
joint resolution of Congress, approved
February 2S, 1905, entitled a 'joint res
olution to return to the proper au
thorities certain Union and Confeder
ate battle flags,' I have caused to be
forwarded to you today by express the
Confederate battle flags that were in
the custody of the war department at
the time of the approval of said joint
resolution and that could be identified
as belonging to your State or as hav
ing been borne by military organiza
"Herewith are enclosed a list of the
flags transmitted to you today, and a
copy of executive document No. 163,
House of Representatives, Fiftieth Con
gress, which sets forth all the informa
tion that the <y/&r department is able
-te-ferairh .gflJfflrafr ry lfitb.,1888. with
regard to the union and Confederate
flags then in its custody. A few of the
flags that are described in that docu
ment cannot be identified at the pres
ent time, their numbers or distinguish
ing marks having been lost, and as
few of the flags that could be identified
in 1888 h?ve since been identified and
are now ?eturned to the States from
which tho organizations which bare
Governor Heyward has not decided
what to do with the flags, but is in
clined to think that they should be
kept in the relic room here. He will
confer with the official organization of
the United Confederate veterans.
Several Large Corporations.
The secretary of state Monday char
tered the Carolina Building and Loan
company of this city with $200,000 capi
tal. The purposes of the company are
those usually appertaining to a building
and loan association, and William
Barnwell is president, W. K. Duffie,
vice president and Jno. T. Melton sec
retary and treasurer. Among those on
the board of directors are: Geo. W.
Warning, Geo. L. Baker. H. E. Wells,
E. W. Parker, J. T. Fisher and W. D.
Melton, in addition to the exofficio
A charter was issued the Hermitage
cotton mills, of Camden, with $225,000
capital, H. G. Garrison is president and
treasurer; C H. Yates vice president
and secretary; W. M. Shannon, attor
ney. These genetlemen and D. R. Wil
liams, Jr., constitute the board of di
Another big concern seeking for a
charter is the Salkeatchie Lumber com
pany of Barnwell county, capital stock
$100.000. Corporators, Jno. P. Schofields
of Philadelphia, Ralph P. Brush of
Royersford. Pa., and Conrad B. High,
The Smith-Pruitt company of Mul
lins has applied for a commission of
$5,000 to manufacture brick, lumber
The Myrtle Beach Development com
pany was chartered, capitalization $75,
000. F. A. Burroughs is president; B.
G. Collins, vice president; G. R. Ses
sions, secretary, and J. E. Bryan, gen
eral manager. The purpose of this com
pany will be to "purchase, improve and
sell real estate, clear up land and
swamp land, drain and cultivate same.
Also to sell or manufacture the tim
ber removed from the land under its
control. Also to possess, have and ex
ercise the necessary power for acquir
ing rights of way for drainage purpos
es and be vested with the powers of
a drainage corporation.
A foreign corporation which filed its
annual return is the Union Bleaching
and Finishing company of New Jersey,
which has offices in Greenville. The
directors are: J. B. Duggan, president;
J. B. Duke, B. N .Duke, W. W. Fuller,
Thos. F. Ryan, S. A. Beardley, R. B.
Arrington, secretary; M. S. Watts, and
W. A. Erwin.
Murderer Escaped Jail.
Greenville, Special.-While Jailer
Noe and a trusty were carrying coal
Monday night they were overpowered
by a negro murderer, Dennis Wood,
and other prisoners, who made their
escape. All were captured except
Wood. In the struggle for freedom,
the trusty, a negro named Goldsmith,
was injured, being struck in the head
with a lock. Sheriff's posse is hunting
An Important Ruling.
Columbia, Special-In an opinion
just filed the Supreme Court affirms the
finding of the lower court which gave
Mrs. John B. Badger of Charleston $1,
276.60 damages against the Blue Ridge
railroad for losing her trunk cheeked
from Walhalla to Charleston in Sep
tember, 1903. The opinion is interest
ing and of more or less general import
ance as establishing the liability of all
roads for baggage.
When a woman isn't talking about
:lothes it is a sign she is listening
o somebody else who is.
A man hardly ever knows enough to
tretend to think his wife knows more
ban she does.
Either people do more than Ihey
tare think about or they dare to think
t, but not to do it.
A woman has an awful hard time
Baking herself believe she can't truat
. man she knows she can't.
Education is all the things you don't
earn when you go to college.
A nickie's worth of religou is likely
o be all used up before you get to the
Very few people care as much about
ucceeding over other people as they
lo about not having somebody else
ucceed over them.
Money, but No Friends.
J. Arthur Josephs, one of the wits ol
the financial center, was approached
the other day by a well-known char
icter about "the street," who plain
lively put to him this question:
"Josephs, would you lend five dollars
io a friend in distress?"
"I would in a minute." responded
Josephs, "but I haven't got-"
"Don't tell me that you haven't got
it," interrupted the other. "I saw yryj
:hange a ten dollar bill just now in
"You did not permit me to finish my
sentence," said Josephs icily. "Whal
[ started to say was that I haven't
?ot a friend in the world."-New Yorl?
Wildcat Jumps on Engine.
While Engineer Ed White and Pire
man Harry Ahern were speeding
through the Palisade Canyon with a
freight train at night they were
startled by a large wildcat landing
suddenly on their engine.
The animal emitted a blood curdling
cry as It landed, and when the dust
cleared away they saw .the angry
beast only a few feet away glaring at
them. The two men seized weapons
with which to beat off the animal, but
it made no show of fight, leaping from
the flying train to the ground. It
rolled a dozen feet before it stopped,
but apparently it was unhurt as it
scampered away immediately.-Winne
mucca Correspondent Sacrament Bee
An epidemic of matrimony with
?horus-glrls has broken out again in
he British peerage, states the Argo
lant. Three young lords and a mar
?uis are depleting the stage of the
?ame theatre. Contrary' to the recent
announcement by the solicitor of an
ther peer that as soon as he married
tn American heiress his debts would
be paid, these theatrical alliances can
?ave no financial motive. Yet the
Dhorus-girl marriages seem to turn
out as well as those arranged on pure
ly business principles. And marriages
Dut of their own circle keep the Brit
ish peerage more virile than the Con
tentai nobility with their intermin
Horse Brought Home Dead Master.
A strange crime is puzzling the po
lice of Bergamo, Italy. At a late hour
in the night, a horse and trap belong
ing to Signor Laroupi, a well known
citizen, drew up in front of his house.
On the seat was Signor Laroupi's
headless body, with the reins tightly
wrapped around the hands. fp
. The crime is believed to have been
committed by members of a secret so
ciety, among whom Signor Laroupi
The head was afterward found in. a
sack containing Christmas presents,
which the murdered man had pur
chased in a. neighboring town earlier
in the day.
After decapitating their victim, the
murderers had secured the body in
the trap and whipped up the horse.
The animal having frequently traveled
by the same road, found its way home.
Millionaire's Humble Beginning.
k New Bedford wan has an old pay
roll of the Fairhaven Branch Railroad
company which carries the name of
Henry H. Rogers, the Standard Oii
magnate, who worked as baggage mas
ter in June, 1S61, for twenty-one days,
and received $24.23 therefor, an aver
age of about $1.16 per day.
Cotton Business in 1841.
The first shipment of cotton from
the port of Galveston to Boston was
made by the firm of Ennis & Kimball,
In 1841, on the schooner Brazos, Capt.
Hardy commander. This was a new
departure in business and was noted
with much interest as promising
Squirrels Preempt Maine House.
Squirrels have literally taken pos
session of the attic of a Bowdoin
ham, Maine, house. Entering by
means of the water gutters, these live
ly guests remain over night in their
cozy quarters, eating seed corn, and
pl?ying tag for amusement. Disap
pearing at daybreak, they return ev
By Mother's i'ood and Drink.
Many babies have been launched into
life with constitutions weakened by
disease taken in with their mother's
milk. Mothers cannot be too careful
as to the food they use while nursing
their babes. The experience of a Kan
sas City mother is a case in point:
"I was n great coffee drinker from a
child. and thought I could not eat a
meal without it. But I found at last
it was (loins: me harm. For years I
had been troubled with dizziness,
enots before my eyes and pain in my
heart, to which was added, two years
j ago, a chronic sour stomach. The
baby was born seven months ago, and
! almost from the beginning it, too, suf
fered from sour stomach. She was
taking it from me! ?
"In my distress I consulted a friend
of more experience than mine, and she
told me to quit coffee, that coffee did
not make good milk; I have since as
certained that it really dries up the
"So I quit coffee, and tried tea ane
nt last cocoa. But they did not agree
with me. Then I turned to Postum
Coffee with the happiest results. It
proved to be the very thing I needed.
It not only agreed perfectly with baby
and myself, but it increased the flow
of my milk. My husband then quit
coffee and used Postum, quickly got
well of the dyspepsia with which he
had been troubled. I no longer suffer
from the dizziness, blind spells, pain
In my heart or sour stomach. Postum
has cured them.
"Now we all drink Postum from my
husband to my seven months' old baby.
It has proved to be the best hot drink
we have ever used. We would not
give up Postum for the best coffee we
ever drank." Name given by Postum
Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Get the little book "The Road to
Wellvllle" in each pkg.
What'!) the UaeT
We stew and fret and toil and sweat
And try to win a name,
We strive for years with many tears
To win a little fame.
And by and by we up and die
And all is just the same
So what's the use?
We all grow old in search of gold
And slave our lives away,
We sell our souls for greenback rolls
And barter love for pay.
And by and by we up.and die
And then we turn to clay
So what's the use?
For love we cry, for love we sigrh,
To love we fondly cling,
For eyes that shine we peak and pine
And wince at' Cupid's sting.
And by and by we up and die
And everything takes wing
So what's the use?
We join the race for social pla<:e
And hope at last to shine
And spend our cash to cut a dash
And when we get in line.
Why, by and by we up and die.
We're plar.'ed 'neath the vine-?
So what's the use?
Just do your best and leave the rest
To fate or what you' will.
Go play your parts and break your heart
And drink of life your fill.
For by and by you'll up and die,
And all your hopes bo nil
So what's the use?
The Japanese with all their freC
lom from superstition, shudder at the
Bight of milk, and would sooner fore
go a breakfast than mix their tea
frith cream. Their Chinese neighbors
511 up on almost anything digestible
enough to dodge the risk of a coron
er's inquest, but insist on boiling hot
beverages. What! Does he swallow
iold water like a dog? They ?asp at
sight of a foreigner patronizing a
fountain. The school of uneompro
nising vegetarians boast about 300,
)00,000 converts, or nearly 20 per
cent, of the human race, and pork
Dphobia is by no means confined to
the devotes of Islam and its sister
creed; the Parsees have it and the
Druses of Mount Lebanon, also sev
eral tribes of the serai-Christian
Abysinians. And those same Abysin
ians will not touch rabbits' meat,
though they have no compunction
about cutting a steak out of a live
tjjfeer and penning him up for future
Took Railroad Coal.
The Kansas Southwestern a short
branch road running out of Arkansas
City, has opened up a conscience fund
account. Some time ago the agent at
Caldwell received the following letter:
"Agent-Will you please send the ad
dress of the superintendent of the
Frisco depot, or where shall I write to
make a wrong right?"
The required address was given, and
the following fetter' came as a re
sponse: "Dear Sir-When I was a
small child I took some of the rail
road company's coal, which I wish to
pay for, as I am now a child of God,
and heaven and lost souls are ray only
In the letter was enclosed a postofnce
order for 75 cents.
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, I
LUCAS COUXTY. f .
TRANK J. CHENEY make o.at:i that he ls
senior partner o? the firm o? F. J. CHENEY <fc
Co.. cloin'; business ia tho City of Toledo,
Couuty aa I State aforesaid, and that said
linn will ??.-iy tile sim o: ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS Io:ua3i and every casu of CATAKUH
that caution ba cured by the use of HALL'S
CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
t -*- presence, this (Jtli day of Decem
? SEAL. I |)or,A.? , 1S3?. A.W. GLEASON*,
! -. ' Notary Public.
? flail's Catarra Cure ls ta'z?ii internally, aa!
?aotsdirestly oa tin bloo.1 aa! mucous sur
faces ot tho sysce u. stead to: testimonials,
free. P. J. CHENEY JC CO , Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Dru-^istd, 75e.
Talie Hall's Family Pills for coastipation.
The labor of love never advertises for
.'do not bolieve Pis Vs Cure for Consumo
lionhas aneiual for cousr'js and eoids.-JOHN
F.BOTER,TriaitvSoriu-rs. Ind., Feb. 15,1000.
Copper money in France is being re
placed by aluminum.
Dahlias. 20kiuus,$l. H Uur.-.Tauntou, Mas?
The Azlcc Indians of Mexico are noted
for their strength
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's
Sanitary Lotion. Xever Tails. Sold bv all
druggist*, SI. Mail orders promptly filloc?
by Dr. E Pet chou, L'rawforJsyille, Ind.
Tho ?ife-saring dogs are valuable aids to
Hie police department of Paris.
RESTORED HIS HAIR
Scalp Humor Cared by C ut ?curri Soap and
Ointment After All Else Failed. '
"I was troubled with a severe scalp hu
1 mor and loss of hair that gave me ? great
deal of annoyance. Afcer unsuccessful ef
forts with many remedies and so-called
hair tonics, a friend induced me to try
Cuticura Soap and Ointment. The humor
was cured in a short time, my hair was
restored as healthy as ever, and I can glad
ly say 1 have since been entirely free from
any further annoyance. 1 shall always use
Cuticura Soap, and 1 keep the Ointment
or. hand to use as a dressing for thc hair
and scalp. (Signed) Fred'k Busche, 213
East 57th St., ti. Y. City."
The poorest life is the one without
HOW TWO BEAUTII
J Mrs. Mable Bradford. 13 Church street
? lington, Vt., Secretary Whittier Oratorio
J ety, writes:
i "Perara is certainly a wonderful mei
? for the ills of woman. I have he?
?spoken of in the highest praise hy :
J and certainly my experience is well w
*of a good word.
? "Ib3ganto have severe pains aero
? hack about a year ago, hrought on
J cold, and each subsequent month hr
? me nain and distress.
i ' Your remedy was prescribed, and th
? it acted upon my system was almoi
? good to be true. I certainly have reg
? my health and strength, and I no 1
? suffer periodical pains and extreme
? tude."-Mable Bradford.
Thousands of Women Cured Every
Year hy Corraspondence-This-ig
What Dr. Hartman Proposes to
Do For You Without Charge.
Women who suffer should read thc evi
dences presented here. We have thousands
of letters from grateful friends who tell tho
Halt the ills that are peculiarly woman's
own are of a eatarrhal character. Female
weakness was not understood for many
Dr. Hartman deserves the credit of hav
ing determined its real character. He has
A man who gets his pay in ad
vance never works overtime.
Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum
and Mullen Ls Nature's great remedy-Cures
Coughs. Colds. Croup and Consumption,und
all threat Olid liing troubles. At druggists,
1?<\, ?Oc. and $1.00 per bottle.
"Would Shock Her.
'Tapa, what would you say if Mr.
Feathertop should ask your permission
to marry nie?"
"Pnt your fingers in your ears, my
daughter, and twill rehearse a few of
the remarks I shall probably make if
he ever does."-Chicago Tribune.
Who Owns thc Itnllronds?
H. T. Newcomb, of the District of
I Columbia Bar, has compiled statistics
showing that 6,174,718 depositors in
savings banks of six Eastern States are
directly interested in the joint owner
ship of $442.3?4,0S? of steam railroad
securities, that insurance companies
doing business in Massachusetts hold
.^M?.SiiiJ.O.?ij of steam railroad stocks
and bonds, and 74 educational institu
tions depend on,SJ7,4(>y,?>27 invested in
similar securities for a portion of their
income. Other fiduciary institutions
own enough railroad securities to bring
such holdings up to more than a billion
and a half dollars, about one-sixth of
the entire capital invested in i load
property. These investments rep.'esent
ibe savings of the masses, there being
twenty million holders of life insur
ance policies iii thc country, as many
moro of tire insurance policies, and an
even greater number of depositors in
banking and trust institutions, where
investments are largely in railroad se
He who gives happiness helps others
FITS permanently cured. Nofitsor nervons*
nessafter first dav's uss of Dr. Kline's Great
XervoRe3torcr,$2trialb5ttle and treatise free
Dr li; H. KLINE, Ltd..93i Arch St.. Phila.. Pa.
A hoe that works only af- night is found
in the jungles of India
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup forehildren
toetliiii". soften tho cums, reduces inflamma
tion, allays palu.cures wind colic,25c.abottle.
In ISM the last instance of boiling to
death took place in Persia.
ood Luck Baking Powder and get the beautiful j
?ffering absolutely free. Good Luck is unquest
aking powder possible to manufacture. Bread n
?rhite, wholesome and nutritious. It keeps longe
aaking powders and raises the batter quickest and ve
is only 10c a pound. By giving the best at the lo^
I being shipped in car load and train lend lots '.o ?
! is the idea of getting these beautiful presents free
di ty and low price, that makes this a remarkable
ed in 6 oz. and 1 lb. cans. The coupons neeessarj
useful gifts, are printed on the label of each can
roupons. Save them. A few of them will get y
free premium. For details.read the little book to
rery can. Don't forget to ask for Good Luck n<
re worry, save money, and last but not least save I
ns and get the beautiful gifts. If your grocer does:
send us his name and we will sec that you are sup
?CUT OUT THIS CAn ANO 1AVI IT. TH(Y ARC
I oooo ron vAuiMOir.ABTicit?.S!i USTIM
J tACM CAN AUr.,t< Tn( DlluniNI Kui 0.
This is the coupon found on every can.
FUL WOMEN ESCAPED
fIG CATARRH BY
i Is Usually Pelvic Catarrh.
Catarrh Wherever Located.
Mrs. Lizzie Redding, 3134 B Clifton Place, St. Louis, J
? "I found after trying" many different medicines
* to rsstore me to health, that Peiuna was the
* only thing which could be dspended upon. I be- r
?gan taking it when I was in a decline, induced t
; by female weikuesi and overwrought nerves. ?
i "I ber m to feel stronger during the first week \
?I took Peruna and my health improved daily until ?
i now I an in jerfect health and enjoy life as I nev- J
?er did be fore."---Lizzie Bedding. t
?. made catarrh and eatarrhal dis
J eases, including pelvic catarrh, a
life long study.
P?rima cures catarrh, whether of the
pelvic organs or any other organ of the
Pe-ru-na, a Natural Beautifier.
Peruna produces clean, mucous mem
brane.?, the basis of facial symmetry and a
The women have not been slow to dis
cover that a course of Peruna will do more
toward restoring youthful beauty than all
the devices known to science.
Many a girl has regained her faded
beauty, many a matron has lengthened the
days of her comely appearance by using
In Peruna these women find a prompt,
and permanent cure.
Thousands of testimonials to this effect
are received by Dr. Hartman every year.
Tiie good that Peruna has accomplished in
this class of cases can scarcely be over
t If you do not derive prompt and *
J satisfactory results from the use of #
J Peruna. write at once to Dr. Uart-J
^ man, giving a full statement of your ?
J case, and Tie will be pleased to give
? you his valuable advice gratis
$ Address Dr. Hartman, President of
*The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
J Ohio. All correspondence held strictly
Hamburg Man Shrewd Advertiser.
. There is a piano dealer in Hamburg
who runs the following advertisement
in a local paper: "To be sold, at
greatly reduced prices, pianos, grand
or cottage models, in rosewood, wal
nut and other cases. These magnifi
cent instruments were manufactured
to complete orders from Port Arthur,
but have been taken into stock in
consequence of the siege."
He who seeks to liquidate his sor
rows in the saloon succeeds in nour
ishing his miseries.
&S* DEMOR.EST Self-Feed SHINGLE Machina.
For SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES
Add ess DEMOREST FOUNDRY & MA*
CHINE WORKS, DEMOREST, GA.
You. can make bia monet/ in Shingles on smaUouU&yt
Your grocer is honest and-if he cares to clo so-can tell
you that he knows y^ery little about the bulk coffee he
sells you. How can ne know, where it originally came from,
how it was blended-or With What
-or when roasted? If you buy your
coffee loose by the pound, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality?
i, 3lie LEADER OF
I ALL PACKAGE 'COFFEES, is of
H necessity uniform in Quality,
strength and flavor. For OVER A
QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE
bas been the standard coffee in
millions of bornes.
LION COFFEE Is careimiy packe?
at our factories, and until opened in
your home, has no chance o! being adul
terated, or ol coming in contact with dust,
dirt, germs, or unclean hands.
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
pound of Pure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion head on every package.)
(Save the Lion-heads for valuable premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSO?" SPICE CO., Toledo, Chio.
"I have suffered with piles for thirty-six yean.
One year ago last April I beean taking Cascarete
tor constipation. In thc course of a week I noticed
tho piles beran to disappear and at tho end of six
weeks they aid not trouble mc at all. Cascarete
have done wonders forme. I am entirely cored and
feel like a new man." George Eryder, Napoleon. 0.
PlaaBan*. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. Kc. Mc. Nev?
.old in bulk. The genuine tablet stamped COO.
Guaranteed to cure or your money back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 599
ANNUAL S?LE, TEH BILLION BOXES
If afflicted T
topsoil's Eye Water
r to get the
. Cut out
ou a hand
BRING FANCY PRICES
To grow a large crop of good potatoes, thc
soil must contain plenty of Potash.
Tomatoes, melons, cabbage, turnips, lettuce
Tin fact, all vegetables remove large quanti
ties of Potash from die soil. Supply
liberally by the usc of fertilizers- containing
?cr less Utan 10 per cent, actual Potash.
Heiter and more profitable yields are sure to
Our pamphlets arc not advertising circulars
booming special fcni?zcrr., but contain valu
able information to farmers. Sent free for thu
asking. Write now.
OERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-93 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta, Ga.-caji South Broad St.